How to print a word with a range using the Continue function

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by vigneshchennai74 dot icon Updated: Feb 17, 2023

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This code snippet demonstrates how to use a for loop, an if statement, and a continue statement to control the flow of a program and selectively execute code based on certain conditions. These techniques can be applied in many other contexts to solve many problems. 

  • The for and if are two commonly used control flow statements in Python. 
  • Using the for loop, we can iterate over a value sequence, such as a list or a range of numbers. It is often used when you want to perform a certain action on each item in the sequence. The basic syntax of a for loop in Python is 
  • Using the if statement, we can conditionally execute a block of code based on a certain condition. 

continue is a keyword in Python used to skip over the rest of the statements in a loop's body for the current iteration and move to the next iteration in the loop. When a continue statement is executed within a loop, the remaining statements in the loop's body are skipped, and the loop's control jumps to the next iteration. The loop does not terminate but instead continues to the next iteration and re-evaluates the loop's condition to determine whether to continue with the loop. In Python, a keyword is a reserved word with a predefined meaning and cannot be used for any other purpose. 

Here is an example of how to print a word with a range using the continue function: 

Preview of the output that you will get on running this code.


In this solution we have used Continue Statement.

  1. Copy this code using "Copy" button above and paste it in your Python ide
  2. Run the code, get the output..

I hope you have found this useful. I have added the dependent library and version information in the following section.

I found this code snippet by searching "Continue function in Python" in kandi. you can try any use case.

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In this solution we have used the following versions. Be mindful to change when working with other versions.

  • This solution is created using Python version 3.7.15

Using this solution we can able to end the current iteration in a for loop (or a while loop), and continues to the next iteration in python with simple Steps. This process also facilities an easy to use, hassle free method to create a hands-on working version of code which would help us to end the current iteration in a loop and continues to the next iteration in Python.


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